The Big Event: Sunny Afternoon

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Reviews: 3

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Tue Jun 18, 12:00am

THE BIG EVENT From Dallas to D.C…. 3 plays from the Black Bag Pentalogy Written by Christian Levatino SUNNY AFTERNOON November 22nd, 1963: The kickoff of a 48 hr interrogation for Lee Harvey Oswald in the custody of Dallas Homicide Captain Will Fritz, where they discuss; Baynes Barron, Russia, Coca-Cola, Jim Brown, a mysterious package, backyard photographs and Friday afternoon in Dealy Plaza.

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Reviews

"Each story connects to the next in perfect correlation. Levatino plays three highly different roles in the vignettes... The ending is a brilliant twist to an otherwise complicated scenario."

sweet - Mary E Montoro - All About the Stage - ...read full review


"Sunny Afternoon is an energetic fun ride through a dark story. Sunny Afternoon brings waves of drama crashing down in most delicious ways with a subtle voyeurism allowed through conspiracy."

sweet - Spencer Cotter - The Detective - ...read full review


"This was the first play in TheBigEventLive.com that I saw — and it blew me away! A fierce, funny, mesmerizing take on the 48-hour interrogation of Lee Harvey Oswald. Impeccable acting and timing, very clever set, lighting and sound. Please do yourself a favor, and SEE THIS PLAY ‼️‼️"

sweet - Robin Roth


Matt Ritchey
"While the cast is across-the-board stellar, John F. Fuson's Chief Curry adds a bluster of high-blood pressure and immediacy to the situation, Spencer Cantrell's Bill Alexander and Sammie Wayne's Clarence ooze Texas smoothness, and Levatino is gloriously fun as the seemingly dim-witted but prescient Elmer Boyd. - Highly Recommended"

sweet - Matt Ritchey - Gia on the Move - ...read full review


"Each story connects to the next in perfect correlation. Levatino plays three highly different roles in the vignettes... The ending is a brilliant twist to an otherwise complicated scenario."

sweet - Mary E Montoro - All About the Stage - ...read full review


"Sunny Afternoon is an energetic fun ride through a dark story. Sunny Afternoon brings waves of drama crashing down in most delicious ways with a subtle voyeurism allowed through conspiracy."

sweet - Spencer Cotter - The Detective - ...read full review


Matt Ritchey
"While the cast is across-the-board stellar, John F. Fuson's Chief Curry adds a bluster of high-blood pressure and immediacy to the situation, Spencer Cantrell's Bill Alexander and Sammie Wayne's Clarence ooze Texas smoothness, and Levatino is gloriously fun as the seemingly dim-witted but prescient Elmer Boyd. - Highly Recommended"

sweet - Matt Ritchey - Gia on the Move - ...read full review


"This was the first play in TheBigEventLive.com that I saw — and it blew me away! A fierce, funny, mesmerizing take on the 48-hour interrogation of Lee Harvey Oswald. Impeccable acting and timing, very clever set, lighting and sound. Please do yourself a favor, and SEE THIS PLAY ‼️‼️"

sweet - Robin Roth